Understanding Employee Benefits Law

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Understanding Employee Benefits Law is designed to provide readers with a broad overview and understanding of a vast and complex area of the law. The book begins with a detailed table of contents and has many charts and diagrams to provide readers with a general understanding of the law. The book provides many examples to help readers understand how the law applies to concrete factual situations. The book also includes an extensive set of footnotes with citations that refer readers to additional sources that they can consult for further study of the law.

The book provides a broad overview our nation's employment-based health care system and the Affordable Care Act and its effect on employer-provided health care plans.

In addition, the book addresses the Supreme Court's most recent employee benefits decisions, including
M & G Polymers USA, LLC v. Tackett, Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, and U.S. Airways v. McCutchen.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 2 PENSION PLANS

Chapter 3 WELFARE PLANS

Chapter 4 PLAN OPERATION

Chapter 5 REGULATION OF PENSION PLANS

Chapter 6 FIDUCIARY STANDARDS

Chapter 7 CIVIL ENFORCEMENT

Chapter 8 ERISA PREEMPTION

Chapter 9 NONDISCRIMINATION RULES FOR QUALIFIED PLANS

Chapter 10 TAX RULES GOVERNING PENSION PLANS

Chapter 11 PLAN TERMINATION

Appendix A ERISA

Appendix B ECONOMIC EFFECT OF FAVORABLE TAX TREATMENT ACCORDED QUALIFIED PLANS

Appendix C SAFE AND UNSAFE HARBOR PERCENTAGES